Out of the trio, Jarvis Jones is the player likely to be selected the highest. Over the past two seasons, the linebacker has had 44 tackles for loss and 28 sacks for the Bulldogs. He will likely be a first-to-second round pick.
Landry Jones is the fourth quarterback to visit One Bills Drive in as many days. A four-year starter at Oklahoma, Jones is projected to be a mid-round selection.
Griffin is more unknown than some of the other tight end prospects available in the 2013 NFL Draft. At 6-foot-6, 254 pounds, Griffin possesses the protoypical build of a tight end in the league. His draft stock projection varies, anywhere from the middle rounds to later rounds, and perhaps even undrafted.
The Bills have now conducted 14 official pre-draft visits. Teams in the NFL are alotted 30 leading up to the annual selection meeting in New York City.
Here is a list of who has already made their visits to One Bills Drive:
E.J. Manuel, Florida State (April 2)
Mike Glennon, NC State (April 3)
Geno Smith, West Virginia (April 4)
Landry Jones, Oklahoma (April 5)
Russell Shepard, LSU (April 3)
Ryan Swope, Texas A&M (April 4)
Ryan Griffin, Connecticut (April 5)
Jamie Collins, Southern Mississippi (April 3)
Jarvis Jones, Georgia (April 5)
Kevin Minter, LSU (April 4)
Malcolm Bronson, McNeese State (April 2)
Cooper Taylor, Richmond (April 2)Jonathan Meeks, Clemson (April 3)
Kenny Vaccaro, Texas (April 4)